Dickinson Alumnus, May 1951

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • The College helped create the Mary Dickinson Club, an organization for alumnae and "all other women interested for any reason in Dickinson's welfare." 
  • President William W. Edel (class of 1915) presided at the cornerstone laying ceremony for the new women's dormitory located on the Rush campus. 
  • Dr. Katherine Loder (class of 1934) received the American Legion Award of Merit for her distinguished service to her local community in New Jersey.
  • Robert E. Woodside (class of 1926) was appointed Attorney General of Pennsylvania.
  • Reviewers acclaimed Col. William A. Ganoe's (class of 1902) new book My Heart Remembers.
  • Fortune magazine recognized Lemuel B. Lines (class of 1939) as "one of the finest technicians in the commercial-art field."
  • Rev. William R. Guffick (class of 1925) became superintendent of the Trenton District of the New Jersey Conference.

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